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the most advanced technology to protect our water. billions in the economy. at chevron, if we can't do it right, we won't do it at all. we've got to think long term. we've got to think long term. ♪ ♪ >> when catherine first came up with an idea to treat pain with -- for wounded warriors, she got a b in a school project. now she has a patent. >> she is changing the way amputees he'll. >> the way she is recognized around her west virginia university campus could be misconstrued as a pickup line. >> you are the girl with the leg. >> it is this one who brought her onto the international leg. a prosthetic device she designed, patented, and is working to get onto the limbs of amputees suffering from phantom pain. >> for some people it is a burning, or a cramping, or a itching sensation. >> she has been ample time at walter reed medical center with her father, a retired air force lieutenant colonel. noticing the phantom pain amputees complained of from limbs that were no longer there. >> it shows the temperature inside the socket. >> just 16 years old and leading a project for the s
was injured in the incident. >> walter reed medical center is evaluating a technology that could mean more depression treatment for service members. now hospital is studying patients. if they compare the brain scans with others in an online database that could allow them to make decisions based on comparisons. >> highlighting the divide within the organization. the fire chief delivered an address this past week. only a handful showed up. some were upset about the proposal to move to 12-hour shifts and another plan to deploy and other forces to other ships. >> i think we will be fine. >> i think we will do this again and again, and hopefully folks will show up and hear this kind of message. >> many of the rank and file members skipped the event. they also invited top officials to speak, and they did not show up either. >> a former school principal is making accusations he and the family confronted the district by sending a grandson to the d.c. school, but she says that is not novel story. -- not the whole story. >> she worked in d.c. public schools for 44 years. now her former employer is s
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